Saturday, January 03, 2009

light

today i got to play a little in the Light.
and it was enough.

12 comments:

denise said...

I love when the sunshine comes in. I see your beads you made - so cool! I love that lotus lamp. Is that a candle holder?

Stephanie said...

Denise - mmhmm.
I got it at our local cool bookshop.
The color represents Happiness :)

Julie said...

I used to have that same candle holder (only in orange). Lee gave it to me with a holder for the wall, but we had it in a place that we seemed to knock into regularly and after one too many falls to the floor it was done for. Love the green color of yours:)

kath001 said...

These are lovely. The ice against the bright blue sky! Gorgeous.

Stephanie said...

Thanks Aunt Kathy!
xxoo

Jenell said...

It is enough when we notice it, huh? That's beautiful, Stephanie. I see that you have a few blogs and are quite prolific. Can you give me a brief summary of them so that I can befriend you through one? Thanks!

Stephanie said...

Janell -
thanks!

Quite prolific at times, 'tis true. :)
Thanks for your interest -
This one is about my own personal evolution, Ordinary Life Magic is about how my children and husband and I spend our days learning and loving, and Growing Naturally is a compilation of blogs for folks who spend their days and lives doing just that.
:)
You choose.
Stephanie

peggy said...

These photos are BEAUTIFUL! The two of the tree against the blue sky are just stunning, and I really love the candle holder ones, especially the first one with the light glinting off of it. Lovely.

Jenell said...

Thanks, Stephanie. I had a hard time choosing, but I decided on Ordinary Life Magic. Thanks for sharing your adventures!

Sheri said...

So beautiful Steph! I have loved your lotus from the first time you posted it. Imagine my great joy when I walked into a shop in Newport and there were all of these lovely blue lotus plates! It's the small finds that make things so enjoyable. :)

Shelane said...

oh, and for the record, i visit your blog because it is so refreshingly non-mainstream. love it and your perspective.

ladybug-zen said...

good for you. those photos are divine. just beautiful.